LSU Leads the Way in Cyber Protection for Louisiana Higher Ed
The establishment of a student-run Security Operations Center, or SOC, on LSU’s flagship campus in Baton Rouge with an immediate counterpart at LSU Shreveport will enhance the security posture of the LSU system.
Cyber Experts Teach How to Shop Smart and Safely this Holiday Season
In preparation for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, LSU cybersecurity expert Abe Baggili and his students share the latest hackable technology and how to protect you and your family this holiday shopping season.
Hacking the Metaverse
LSU cybersecurity researchers help protect people in immersive virtual reality.
LSU Builds Bengal Corps to Accelerate Leadership
The goal is to develop future leaders for both military and civilian life with a commitment to service, excellence, and happiness.
The Future Is Bright: What LSU's New, Prestigious Cybersecurity Designation by the NSA Means for Students, Louisiana
LSU announced that it has been designated as a Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations, or CAE-CO, by the National Security Agency, or NSA. It's an honor shared among only 22 universities and colleges in the nation. Here, research students and alumni in the LSU cybersecurity program speak to the immediate impacts this recognition will have on them, on LSU and on Louisiana, where they all grew up.
LSU Receives Elite Cyber Designation from the National Security Agency
NSA's recognition of excellence in cybersecurity validates and accelerates LSU's leadership in education and research, laying the foundation for national prominence in cyber talent and technology development.
LSU Cyber Warriors Track Computer Crime with AI
Cybersecurity researchers are developing a new tool, called HookTracer, to speed up cybercrime investigations using AI.
LSU Attracts Two of the Nation's Top Cybersecurity Professors
Professor Ibrahim “Abe” Baggili and Associate Professor Aisha Ali-Gombe have joined the LSU Division of Computer Science & Engineering and the LSU Center for Computation & Technology to advance LSU's vision for—and leadership in—cybersecurity and defense to protect Louisiana and the nation's most critical assets.
LSU Cybersecurity Offerings, Capabilities Expand With FIREStarter 2
Industry investment in LSU will fund digital forensics and industrial control systems hardware and software to expand hands-on applied cybersecurity courses and support research into industrial control systems security.
From Hacker to Cyber Defender With LSU’s Dr. Golden Richard III
Growing up, Dr. Golden Richard III’s fanatical devotion to computers led him to clean parking lots for a year, simply to buy a single $600 floppy drive. After 40 years, Golden is educating the next generation of highly technical cybersecurity professionals at LSU.
LSU Announces Strategy and Commitment to Become Leader in Cybersecurity, Military Studies
LSU’s eight campuses join forces with private industry, federal and state law enforcement, military, and other partners to accelerate cybersecurity and defense studies at LSU, strengthen and grow its ROTC program, develop a new generation of talent and technology, and build a cyber-military corridor on campus.
LSU BRBytes Program to Boost Computer Science in K-12 Schools Doubles in Capacity
Going from 14 parishes and 2,000 students to 22 parishes and 4,000 students in mere months, BRBytes team makes yet another commitment to reach an additional 3,000 elementary school students in East Baton Rouge by summer.
LSU Selected to Apply for National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations
The National Centers of Academic Excellence in Cyber Operations (CAE-CO) program recently selected LSU as the sole university allowed to apply for the CAE-CO designation in 2021. This designation is currently held by only 24 other universities across the nation.
Equality in the Digital World: LSU Faculty Develop Software to Combat Discrimination
Over the past few years, sharing economy services such as Uber, Airbnb, and TaskRabbit have brought significant economic growth, especially in communities at the lower end of the economic ladder. However, recent research has exposed serious discrimination problems on these platforms.
LSU ECE, CS Professors Win Best Paper for Work on Deep Learning Neural Networks
LSU Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Lu Peng and LSU Computer Science and Engineering Associate Professor Jian Zhang recently received the Best Paper Award at the 10th International Green and Sustainable Computing Conference for their paper, “Hardware Accelerator for Adversarial Attacks on Deep Learning Neural Networks.”